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In this video WatchMojo learns how to create an easy, everyday natural look that can be worn in the office.
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Day to Night Makeup Tips Part 1/2
Hi, this is Lisa for WatchMojo.com, we’re here again with Amanda and we’re going to talk about how to do a Day to Night make up just using all the same products You know, you maybe at the office, it’s a long day, you get a last in a call, sync is set, the guy you know down the hall, you kind of like. So what are you going to do?
We’re going to use a brilliant few basic products. That’ll be able to like carry us from day to night—you know, in a pinch.
All right, so we just have few staples. That should be in every girl’s make-up kit. We have the foundations, eye shadow, bronzer, a couple of pencils, lip gloss, lash curler, some basic brushes; you don’t need like ten thousand. Five-six brushes are going to be enough. And then we also have a blush that can be used for lips, eyes and cheeks, so really something that’s versatile that can take you from day and night—you know, with a very few products.
So we’re going to start with the eyes. Base shade all over; start at the lash line; inner corner; blend all the way; up and out, even extend into the temple just to open up the eye. Then we’re going to like use the tip of the brush. We’re going into flex, point in the crease; outer corner, and we just follow that kind of like half moon shape.
We’re going to switch over to the Kolinsky Tapered. We’re going to pick up a little bit of these colors called Brown Derby; and then we’re going to go into the lash line. So how do we do this? How do we get and to deal liner? We aim for the roots of the lashes versus actually on the skin. And that will give you a really nice thin line.
I'm pointing the tip outwards just to extend a little bit longer. I'm going to have you looking straight up; and the same thing—outer corner, and we’re going to stop a half way. That way we’re stopping at the most open part of the eye. I'm going to be using a Kabuki brush, okay. Because it’s just like something really curved—you can really go do no wrong with this. So I'm just popping into this. This one is called Primrose, and hit the tops of the cheeks. You smile at the top of your cheeks are getting the most color.
I'm taking—it’s a light-peachy lip gloss, it’s called Naked Truth. It’s more like a hybrid of lip gloss and lip color. I'm going to apply it to the middle of the top lip and press, and there you go. That gives you a nice controlled amount and doesn’t end up being too thick and it will prevent the bleeding; and we’re not going to do any pens or anything like that. This is like a little split color shined—you’re good to go, and then apply the mascara.
So this is a way to do it really simple, fast, natural daytime look.